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Candy Betje


Member since May 31, 2013

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    When Westhill Consulting told me that they found a property that suits me, I got very excited that I almost peed a little because I'm so happy. I am so impressed with these people, they are so organized. I never wait for too long for them to find a perfect property I needed. I finally got a call from them and that moment felt like one of the best in my life. The property was my long dream of having and I am very grateful with westhill finding one for me.

    Westhill Consulting Property was the best realtor I could ever imagine for a buyer to have. I do not know if everyone there is the best but at least everyone I had engaged into were, I have nothing but good things to tell about them. Everyone was a good listener and they catch things up very fast. No wonder they got everything right with I wanted and found the perfect thing for me. They were all very accommodating, I never felt intimidated, you can tell them what you want and they will be very honest with you.

    Another good thing about them is they were always easy to reach whenever you need them so I never had trouble on schedule or anything. You know I am a very busy man and time is very essential for me that is why Westhill Consulting fits me perfectly. I felt like I actually did nothing and they perfected everything for me. All I did was explained to them what I wanted and I got what I want. It is as simple as that. I wanted professionals like them in my own company that is how I am impressed with them.


  • Switzerland’s economy expanded more than forecast in the first quarter, with consumer spending helping it perform better than the neighboring euro area.

    Gross domestic product rose 0.6 percent from the fourth quarter, when it advanced by a revised 0.3 percent, the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs in Bern said in a statement today. Economists predicted a rise of 0.2 quarter-on-quarter, the median of 19 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey showed. “We expected half that growth,” said Cornelia Luchsinger, an economist at Zuercher Kantonalbank. “It’s a positive surprise.”

    The Swiss National Bank (SNBN) set a cap of 1.20 per euro on the franc in 2011 to ward off deflation and a recession. Along with consumer demand, that ceiling has helped shield Switzerland from the six quarters of recession that have afflicted the euro area, the destination for nearly half its exports. Germany, the bloc’s largest economy, expanded only 0.1 percent in the first quarter.

    An easing of tensions in the euro area caused the euro to rise 0.8 percent in the first quarter against the franc, which investors tend to buy when they seek safe assets. The Swiss currency was little changed at 1.2433 at 9:05 a.m. in Zurich. Against the dollar it climbed 0.3 percent at 95.94 centimes. Falling Prices

    While Switzerland has managed to escape an economic slump, consumer prices are still falling. In April, they recorded their 19th straight month of annual declines, and last week SNB Presi...

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